Re: KDE3 and KDE2 side by side
[Nicolai P Guba wrote in newsgate.debian.kde]
> > Multiple versions of KDE can not be installed into the same hierarchy
> > and this is not a limitation of Debian, it is a limitation of how KDE
> > works. You can of course have one version in /usr and one somewhere
> > else like /opt or /usr/local.
> Why is this a limitation of how KDE works. I don't understand. What would
> KDE have to do so that this is possible?
It's down to where things get installed. 'kicker' (the panel), goes into
/usr/bin in both kde 2 and kde 3. The majority of kde components will be
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